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Tuesday, August 13
 

9:20am

(C11) Utilizing Desmos for Math and More in ES
Desmos is so much more than an online calculator. This session will demonstrate how teachers can use available resources on the Desmos website to instruct elementary students in math, science, social studies and language arts while incorporating the 5 C's. Attendees will explore with lessons available on the Desmos website and create a lesson for a subject of their own interest. We will also explore the "teacher dashboard" feature within the Desmos lessons and discuss how it can be used for formative assessments during instructions in addition to giving immediate feedback to students. The technology needed to access Desmos is an electronic device with internet connection.

Speakers

Tuesday August 13, 2019 9:20am - 10:20am
C11

9:20am

(C13) Supporting Social Emotional Learning through Technology
All students need support with their social emotional learning and maturity. Learn how you can use Nearpod, Playposit, and Flipgrid to increase social emotional learning in your classroom!

Speakers

Tuesday August 13, 2019 9:20am - 10:20am
C13

9:20am

(C16) Classdojo Does It All Now
Using Class Dojo to provide positive reinforcement, communicating with parents and school wide events, plus now Dojo Portfolios!!

Speakers
BF

Becky Feld

Other, Windsor Oaks Elementary


Tuesday August 13, 2019 9:20am - 10:20am
C16

9:20am

(C19) Brain pop
Learn all that's new in #BrainPOP for our Back-to-School release! View our NEW Social Emotional Learning aligned videos. Free with your BrainPOP subscription, our SEL collection supports the CASEL framework with just-in-time resources. Then get coding, with Moby! Developed with Scratch and Vidcode, Creative Coding pairs block- and text-based projects with BrainPOP's cross-curricular content. After a brief introduction to coding in the classroom and a short demo, attendees will dive right into BrainPOP's Creative Coding experience. They'll code memes, games, newscasts, comics, and more while learning about the breadth of benefits coding and its associated skills offer. Scaffolded and delivered at the topic level, we'll discuss how these projects make it easy to introduce coding - no matter what educators are covering in class and regardless of prior experience. Finally, check out our NEW Educator Dashboard to track student progress on assignments.

Tuesday August 13, 2019 9:20am - 10:20am
C19

9:20am

(C2) Wading in the Water with DASH and DOT
Wait, I can use DASH and DOT robots for Math and Language Arts curriculum? Yes, you can and we will show you how! First, we will cover the basics of DOT and DASH and then we will show you several ways you can use them throughout your math and language arts lessons.

Speakers
JH

Jane Harvey

ITS, Rosemont ES
avatar for Geri Pattie

Geri Pattie

Instructional Technology Specialist, Lynnhaven ES
I am a certified preK-8th grade teacher and Google Certified Educator. Currently, I am an Instructional Technology Specialist at Lynnhaven Elementary School. Lynnhaven is in its 2nd year of being 1-to-1 on chromebooks for K-5th. We also utilize iPads, and many coding devices for... Read More →


Tuesday August 13, 2019 9:20am - 10:20am
C2

9:20am

(C21) The Next Generation of Wixie is Here!
Wixie has a new interface which dramatically enhances the usability for both teachers and students. This hands-on session will review the changes and outline integration options made available with the update. This will include a new optional "primary" interface for our youngest users and the new district and school sharing structure. If you are a passionate Wixie user or are looking to expand your current use, this session is a necessary part of the process as you prepare for the upcoming school year.

Speakers

Tuesday August 13, 2019 9:20am - 10:20am
C21

9:20am

(C4) Google and Schoology Go Hand in Hand
Google and Schoology were made for each other! Learn how to use Google apps to encourage students to create, collaborate, communicate and think critically. Use Google slides, drawings, docs and forms to foster the 5 C's, using Schoology to deliver and direct learning.

Speakers
avatar for Kellie Weisenbeck

Kellie Weisenbeck

Instructional Technology Specialist, Virginia Beach City Public Schools


Tuesday August 13, 2019 9:20am - 10:20am
C4

9:20am

(C8) Digital Resources from the New Math Textbook
Teachers will be introduced to the digital resources available in the newly adopted HMH Math Textbook.

* The Math team will not have access to the math tools until July at which time we will review and plan this session. We can provide an updated description and specific plan mid-late July.

Speakers
avatar for Liz Shovelin

Liz Shovelin

Instructional Technology Specialist, Corporate Landing ES


Tuesday August 13, 2019 9:20am - 10:20am
C8

9:20am

(C9) Technology Toolbox for Art and Music Classrooms
Bring technology into the Art and Music Classrooms on a regular basis! This session will include transportation and device management in the special area rooms and an introduction to a variety of programs. We will share how we use these programs specifically in the Elementary Art and Music classroom as whole group, small group and independent instruction and include Schoology, SeeSaw, Google Slides, Screencastify, and the Dash Robots. There will also be plenty of time for hands on exploration of the various Dash attachments to draw and/or make music with the Dash Robots.

Speakers

Tuesday August 13, 2019 9:20am - 10:20am
C9

9:20am

(D13) Geometry Technology & Me
Geometry, Technology, & Me will show teachers a way for students to recognize, apply, and extend their mathematical thinking using robots. This class will explore creatively connecting coding and geometry while assisting students to think beyond the basic objectives that are presented in a mathematics classroom. In just 50 minutes each participant will successfully program a Sphero to show what they know about two-dimensional shapes.

Speakers
BW

Becky Wallace

Gifted Resource Teacher, North Landing Elementary, Virginia Beach City Public Schools


Tuesday August 13, 2019 9:20am - 10:20am
D13

9:20am

(D8) Cannonball Making a Splash with Digital Learning in the Primary Grades
Do you want to make a splash with your students by engaging them with digital learning? A first grade teacher and ITS from Diamond Springs Elementary will showcase various ways to incorporate digital learning in the primary grades. We will focus on the integration of Schoology, Chromebooks, Google Apps for Education, and much more. It can be easy to use technology in the classroom, even with the youngest of students!


Tuesday August 13, 2019 9:20am - 10:20am
D8

9:20am

(D9) Engaging Your Learning Community with Class Dojo
In this session, we will be teaching VB Educators how to utilize the program Class Dojo as a way to motivate students within the classroom as well as a way to communicate with parents on a more relational level. This session will provide an opportunity for hands-on exploration that equips educators with an entry level understanding of the program. Attenders will walk away with the knowledge of creating their own classroom in Class Dojo, uploading portfolio assignments, communicating with parents as a whole class as well as individually, and finding ways to incorporate Class Dojo into their classroom.


Tuesday August 13, 2019 9:20am - 10:20am
D9

9:20am

(D18) Using Schoology as a highway for PBL
Problem Based Learning is a great tool to support content integration, student agency, and higher order thinking. These experiences are highly engaging for learners and cover several objectives. When thinking about moving students from controlled to guided inquiry, Schoology offers an easy streamlined solution to managing PBLs. We will use folders, pages, discussion questions, and assessments within Schoology to make clear pathways for students to explore. We will cover curation of resources and tech tools to differentiate with ease. We will also discuss peer feedback with Google Docs, and tracking student progress. Before we go, we will collaborate to build out some PBLs of our own. You'll be starting the new year ready to roll.

Speakers
avatar for Danielle Coughlin

Danielle Coughlin

Teacher, Thalia Elementary
Hello, my name is Danielle Coughlin and I am the gifted resource teacher at Thalia Elementary School. I am very passionate about meeting the needs of the whole child for every child. My early field experience in general and special education led me to seek more understanding about... Read More →


Tuesday August 13, 2019 9:20am - 10:20am
D18

9:20am

(D4) Making a Splash Using Digital Tools for Performance Based Learning and Assessments
Are thinking about what digital tools will help you teach and assess your performance tasks? Do you wonder if your knowledge of different types of presentation platforms is sufficient? Then bring your laptops and join us as we discuss the benefits, features, and limitations of Smore, Canva, Voki, and Animoto. You will have an opportunity to select one of the tools and begin exploring.


Tuesday August 13, 2019 9:20am - 10:20am
D4

10:30am

(C1) Using Seesaw to Lift Your Classroom Experience
Participants will learn how to utilize Seesaw to enhance learning centers, documents, and RELATIONSHIPS. Explore meaningful ways to integrate technology use in developmentally appropriate ways. Bring your own device to play around in your own "class" to use as a model for next year.

Speakers
avatar for Elizabeth Merce

Elizabeth Merce

Teacher, Glenwood Elementary


Tuesday August 13, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am
C1

10:30am

(C10) Individualized Learning Achievement Through Blended Classroom
Technology Skills for Elementary Teachers and Students!

Using available curricular and district resources (such as G Suite, Schoology, Clever Resources) and the experience from a blended 1st grade classroom, we try to identify the technological student and teacher skills needed for a 21st learner. We will present how technology integrated lessons and units prevented and enabled students' achievement as well as provided equity in the classroom.


Tuesday August 13, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am
C10

10:30am

(C13) Let's Do WeDo Integrating LEGO Wedo Into Your Curriculum
This session will cover how to get moving with your LEGO Wedo kits from unpacking them to coding them. We will cover the curricular tie ins within the app and beyond.

Speakers
avatar for Kevin Rickard

Kevin Rickard

Instructional Technology Specialist, Newtown Elementary School
I am finishing my 13th year as a teacher in public schools. I have spent the last 8 years as a CRS/ITS at Newtown Elementary. Prior to that I retired out of the Navy after 23 years service. I tracked submarines using passive and active acoustics and certified as a Master Training... Read More →


Tuesday August 13, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am
C13

10:30am

(C18) SMASHED Simple and Flexible Tech You Can Use TOMORROW
Need some awesome tools to help you digitize your classroom? Just getting started or looking for something new? This session will have tools for assessment, gamification, delivering information, organization- AND tools students can create with, along with lots of tips, tricks and RESOURCES! Most importantly, this session will help give you tools that will create more time for you during the day!


Speakers
avatar for Michael Wesely

Michael Wesely

Instructional Technology Specialist, Kempsville ES
I am an Instructional Technology Specialist at Kempsville Elementary in Virginia Beach, VA and love being a technology innovator. It is such an exciting time to be an educator with all the different ways you can engage your students learning. I love sharing and seeing the amazing... Read More →


Tuesday August 13, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am
C18

10:30am

(C19) Going Digital with th and th Grade Content
In this fast-paced "information-dump" style session, I will present many digital tools to help teach 4th and 5th grade content aligned to VBOs. Session participants will:

- Learn how to use the online "Our Virginia" textbook and Delta Readers to assign and check student work

- Learn how to use the Hamilton Musical as part of your Revolutionary War & Reflection on Democracy Unit. Also, learn how to link Language Arts (poetry, rhyming scheme, and figurative language practice) to your lessons along summarizing and finding the main ideas and cause/effect of primary sources.

- Learn how to use Classcraft to review 4th & 5th grade VBOs with Boss Battles and Taxes from the king.

- Gain access to my Google Folder packed with digital resources and activities to share with students through Schoology. In this folders teachers will find Unit Folders with:
--> Google Forms for Unit Summative Assessments
--> Printable Exit Tickets
--> Three Pokemon Card activities to review (Revolutionary War, Civil War, and Modern Virginia) important figures.
--> GoFormative Chapter Review Clone Codes for each unit for students to review at the end of the year leading up to SOLs
--> Digital SOL News Letters to share with parents
--> SOL assignable review homework
--> 12 illustrated posters for each unit to print and hang in your class and/or share digitally with your students.

Speakers
avatar for Mike Lewis

Mike Lewis

5th Grade Teacher (LA/SS), Woodstock Elementary


Tuesday August 13, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am
C19

10:30am

(C20) Discussions Within Schoology
Participants will learn how to utilize the discussion options in Schoology for each subject area. We will discuss the benefits of using discussions, activities that can be added to discussions, and how to moderate and grade discussions in classes.

Speakers

Tuesday August 13, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am
C20

10:30am

(C22) Baby Steps for Coding Two lefts don't make a right but three do
Need some hands-on help with the basics of what coding is? In this session you will learn some of the super easy basics so you can feel confident when your students are doing computer science projects.

Speakers
avatar for Tim Bakner

Tim Bakner

Instructional Technology Specialist, John B Dey Elementary School


Tuesday August 13, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am
C22

10:30am

(C4) Easy Hyperdocs and Flipped Lessons for K
Learn how to easily create Hyperdocs and flipped lessons for the K-2 classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Geri Pattie

Geri Pattie

Instructional Technology Specialist, Lynnhaven ES
I am a certified preK-8th grade teacher and Google Certified Educator. Currently, I am an Instructional Technology Specialist at Lynnhaven Elementary School. Lynnhaven is in its 2nd year of being 1-to-1 on chromebooks for K-5th. We also utilize iPads, and many coding devices for... Read More →
avatar for Jenna Roberts

Jenna Roberts

2nd Grade Teacher


Tuesday August 13, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am
C4

10:30am

(D11) Discussing Digitally Alternatives to Traditional Book Talks Junior Great Book Discussions and Socratic Seminars
How do you harness the power of technology to enhance in-depth discussions with gifted students? While we're masters of discussion, how can we improve further through the use of technology? Participants will be shown how to apply the concepts of Socratic circle, Junior Great Book Discussions and literature circles with digital tools that increase learner engagement.

Speakers
BW

Becky Wallace

Gifted Resource Teacher, North Landing Elementary, Virginia Beach City Public Schools


Tuesday August 13, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am
D11

10:30am

(D2) Flipping the Script Tools to Create a Successful Flipped Classroom Environment
Participants will examine and create various forms of “flipped” lesson materials with the use of platforms and tools such as:
• Screencastify
• Schoology – including the ability to embed
• Google Slides
• Flipgrid
• WeVideo
• OBS – Open Source Broadcasting
• Playposit

Speakers

Tuesday August 13, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am
D2

10:30am

(D8) Booking with Book Creator
Using Book Creator to engage students in creative writing, present research projects and share what students are learning in books. Books are then published to PDF and shared in SeeSaw.


Tuesday August 13, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am

10:30am

(D9) Lights Camera Tour Creating Virtual Tours in the Elementary Classroom
Explore using 360 Cameras to create virtual tours. Provide students with hands on experience with collaborating, critical thinking, and creating a virtual tour using resources in Virginia Beach. Students will be given opportunities to explore the world around them using available 360 tours. During this session participants will be provided with access to 3rd grade performance task for habitats and discover how students presented research and created a virtual tour to support the mission of the Brock Center and Lynnhaven Now. Virtual tours were created using visuals and research to present to the community about a chosen animal's habitat, ways to support the animal, explaining the animal's life processes, relationships and actionable items students can take to protect the animal.

Speakers
avatar for Carl Peake

Carl Peake

Ocean Lakes ES
AW

Amie Wetmore

Instructional Coach, Corporate Landing ES


Tuesday August 13, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am
D9

10:30am

(C11) Diving into Coding Moving from the Virtual to physical world
This session is designed to introduce the BBC Micro:Bit and how it can be used in the educational setting. We will show you how you can start your students coding on a virtual Micro:Bit and transferring that knowledge to the Micro:Bit Unit. Diving into coding causes great excitement in the classroom, but Diving deeper and transferring that skill to a physical object raises that excitement to a whole new level!.

Speakers
avatar for Kim Winingear

Kim Winingear

Instructional Tech Specialist, North Landing Elementary


Tuesday August 13, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am
C11

10:30am

10:30am

(D3) Tinker Make Flip 3D learning is a trip
Learn how to use Tinkercad and a 3D printer to engage your students in learning curriculum objectives in any grade. Participants will learn how first graders worked in teams to design snap together plants using TinkerCad, an online 3D design app and Makerbot 3D printers. Students did this to demonstrate what they had learned about plant parts and their purpose. In addition to learning about the procedures and resources for this project, time is allotted during the session to discuss how this creative learning pathway can work for your students in your grade with your curriculum. In addition, other useful resources and techniques will be discussed. It will be useful for participants to bring their chromebooks or lap tops to this session to sample TinkerCad.

Speakers
DC

David Crouse

ITS, VBCPS


Tuesday August 13, 2019 10:30am - 11:30am
D3

1:00pm

(C10) Engaging Your Learning Community with Class Dojo
In this session, we will be teaching VB Educators how to utilize the program Class Dojo as a way to motivate students within the classroom as well as a way to communicate with parents on a more relational level. This session will provide an opportunity for hands-on exploration that equips educators with an entry level understanding of the program. Attenders will walk away with the knowledge of creating their own classroom in Class Dojo, uploading portfolio assignments, communicating with parents as a whole class as well as individually, and finding ways to incorporate Class Dojo into their classroom.


Tuesday August 13, 2019 1:00pm - 2:00pm
C10

1:00pm

(C6) Technology Toolbox for Art and Music Classrooms
Bring technology into the Art and Music Classrooms on a regular basis! This session will include transportation and device management in the special area rooms and an introduction to a variety of programs. We will share how we use these programs specifically in the Elementary Art and Music classroom as whole group, small group and independent instruction and include Schoology, SeeSaw, Google Slides, Screencastify, and the Dash Robots. There will also be plenty of time for hands on exploration of the various Dash attachments to draw and/or make music with the Dash Robots.

Speakers

Tuesday August 13, 2019 1:00pm - 2:00pm
C6

1:00pm

(C7) Utilizing Desmos for Math and More in ES
Desmos is so much more than an online calculator. This session will demonstrate how teachers can use available resources on the Desmos website to instruct elementary students in math, science, social studies and language arts while incorporating the 5 C's. Attendees will explore with lessons available on the Desmos website and create a lesson for a subject of their own interest. We will also explore the "teacher dashboard" feature within the Desmos lessons and discuss how it can be used for formative assessments during instructions in addition to giving immediate feedback to students. The technology needed to access Desmos is an electronic device with internet connection.

Speakers

Tuesday August 13, 2019 1:00pm - 2:00pm
C7

1:00pm

(C8) Tech Tools for your Digital Toolbox
Need some awesome tools to help you digitize your classroom? Whether you are just getting started or looking for something new, this session is for you! In this session you will learn about easy to learn and use digital tools! Tools for assessment, gamification, delivering information, organization- AND tools students can create with, along with lots of tips, tricks and RESOURCES! Most importantly, this session will help give you tools that will create more time for you during the day!

Speakers

Tuesday August 13, 2019 1:00pm - 2:00pm
C8

1:00pm

(D11) Geometry Technology & Me
Geometry, Technology, & Me will show teachers a way for students to recognize, apply, and extend their mathematical thinking using robots. This class will explore creatively connecting coding and geometry while assisting students to think beyond the basic objectives that are presented in a mathematics classroom. In just 50 minutes each participant will successfully program a Sphero to show what they know about two-dimensional shapes.

Speakers
BW

Becky Wallace

Gifted Resource Teacher, North Landing Elementary, Virginia Beach City Public Schools


Tuesday August 13, 2019 1:00pm - 2:00pm
D11

1:00pm

(D4) Inviting Writing with Book Creator
Chromebooks with Book Creator

Speakers
avatar for Dana Hand

Dana Hand

Instructional Technology Specialist, Malibu ES
Instructional Technology Specialist-Google Certified Educator Level I Seesaw Ambassador-STEM Club Sponsor
HH

Hannah Hopper

Grade 2 Teacher, Malibu Elementary


Tuesday August 13, 2019 1:00pm - 2:00pm
D4

1:00pm

(D9) Cannonball Making a Splash with Digital Learning in the Primary Grades
Do you want to make a splash with your students by engaging them with digital learning? A first grade teacher and ITS from Diamond Springs Elementary will showcase various ways to incorporate digital learning in the primary grades. We will focus on the integration of Schoology, Chromebooks, Google Apps for Education, and much more. It can be easy to use technology in the classroom, even with the youngest of students!


Tuesday August 13, 2019 1:00pm - 2:00pm
D9

1:00pm

(D18) Using Schoology as a highway for PBL
Problem Based Learning is a great tool to support content integration, student agency, and higher order thinking. These experiences are highly engaging for learners and cover several objectives. When thinking about moving students from controlled to guided inquiry, Schoology offers an easy streamlined solution to managing PBLs. We will use folders, pages, discussion questions, and assessments within Schoology to make clear pathways for students to explore. We will cover curation of resources and tech tools to differentiate with ease. We will also discuss peer feedback with Google Docs, and tracking student progress. Before we go, we will collaborate to build out some PBLs of our own. You'll be starting the new year ready to roll.

Speakers
avatar for Danielle Coughlin

Danielle Coughlin

Teacher, Thalia Elementary
Hello, my name is Danielle Coughlin and I am the gifted resource teacher at Thalia Elementary School. I am very passionate about meeting the needs of the whole child for every child. My early field experience in general and special education led me to seek more understanding about... Read More →


Tuesday August 13, 2019 1:00pm - 2:00pm
D18

2:10pm

(C18) SMASHED Simple and Flexible Tech You Can Use TOMORROW
Need some awesome tools to help you digitize your classroom? Just getting started or looking for something new? This session will have tools for assessment, gamification, delivering information, organization- AND tools students can create with, along with lots of tips, tricks and RESOURCES! Most importantly, this session will help give you tools that will create more time for you during the day!


Speakers
avatar for Michael Wesely

Michael Wesely

Instructional Technology Specialist, Kempsville ES
I am an Instructional Technology Specialist at Kempsville Elementary in Virginia Beach, VA and love being a technology innovator. It is such an exciting time to be an educator with all the different ways you can engage your students learning. I love sharing and seeing the amazing... Read More →


Tuesday August 13, 2019 2:10pm - 3:10pm
C18

2:10pm

(C19) Brain pop
Learn all that's new in #BrainPOP for our Back-to-School release! View our NEW Social Emotional Learning aligned videos. Free with your BrainPOP subscription, our SEL collection supports the CASEL framework with just-in-time resources. Then get coding, with Moby! Developed with Scratch and Vidcode, Creative Coding pairs block- and text-based projects with BrainPOP's cross-curricular content. After a brief introduction to coding in the classroom and a short demo, attendees will dive right into BrainPOP's Creative Coding experience. They'll code memes, games, newscasts, comics, and more while learning about the breadth of benefits coding and its associated skills offer. Scaffolded and delivered at the topic level, we'll discuss how these projects make it easy to introduce coding - no matter what educators are covering in class and regardless of prior experience. Finally, check out our NEW Educator Dashboard to track student progress on assignments.

Tuesday August 13, 2019 2:10pm - 3:10pm
C19

2:10pm

(C2) Digital Resources from the New Math Textbook
Teachers will be introduced to the digital resources available in the newly adopted HMH Math Textbook.

* The Math team will not have access to the math tools until July at which time we will review and plan this session. We can provide an updated description and specific plan mid-late July.

Speakers
avatar for Liz Shovelin

Liz Shovelin

Instructional Technology Specialist, Corporate Landing ES


Tuesday August 13, 2019 2:10pm - 3:10pm
C2

2:10pm

(C21) The Next Generation of Wixie is Here!
Wixie has a new interface which dramatically enhances the usability for both teachers and students. This hands-on session will review the changes and outline integration options made available with the update. This will include a new optional "primary" interface for our youngest users and the new district and school sharing structure. If you are a passionate Wixie user or are looking to expand your current use, this session is a necessary part of the process as you prepare for the upcoming school year.

Speakers

Tuesday August 13, 2019 2:10pm - 3:10pm
C21

2:10pm

(C4) Supporting Social Emotional Learning through Technology
All students need support with their social emotional learning and maturity. Learn how you can use Nearpod, Playposit, and Flipgrid to increase social emotional learning in your classroom!

Speakers

Tuesday August 13, 2019 2:10pm - 3:10pm
C4

2:10pm

(D11) Discussing Digitally Alternatives to Traditional Book Talks Junior Great Book Discussions and Socratic Seminars
How do you harness the power of technology to enhance in-depth discussions with gifted students? While we're masters of discussion, how can we improve further through the use of technology? Participants will be shown how to apply the concepts of Socratic circle, Junior Great Book Discussions and literature circles with digital tools that increase learner engagement.

Speakers
BW

Becky Wallace

Gifted Resource Teacher, North Landing Elementary, Virginia Beach City Public Schools


Tuesday August 13, 2019 2:10pm - 3:10pm
D11

2:10pm

(D3) Flipping the Script Tools to Create a Successful Flipped Classroom Environment
Participants will examine and create various forms of “flipped” lesson materials with the use of platforms and tools such as:
• Screencastify
• Schoology – including the ability to embed
• Google Slides
• Flipgrid
• WeVideo
• OBS – Open Source Broadcasting
• Playposit

Speakers

Tuesday August 13, 2019 2:10pm - 3:10pm
D3

2:10pm

(D4) Using Videos and Google Docs to Enhance Literature Circles
Using video tools and Google Docs students get an enhanced literature circle experience by helping each other reflect on their reading.

Speakers
avatar for Tim Bakner

Tim Bakner

Instructional Technology Specialist, John B Dey Elementary School
EJ

Edgar Jumper

5th Grade Teacher, John B. Dey ES
@eajumper


Tuesday August 13, 2019 2:10pm - 3:10pm
D4

2:10pm

(D9) Booking with Book Creator
Using Book Creator to engage students in creative writing, present research projects and share what students are learning in books. Books are then published to PDF and shared in SeeSaw.


Tuesday August 13, 2019 2:10pm - 3:10pm
D9

2:10pm

2:10pm

(D13) Making a Splash Using Digital Tools for Performance Based Learning and Assessments
Are thinking about what digital tools will help you teach and assess your performance tasks? Do you wonder if your knowledge of different types of presentation platforms is sufficient? Then bring your laptops and join us as we discuss the benefits, features, and limitations of Smore, Canva, Voki, and Animoto. You will have an opportunity to select one of the tools and begin exploring.


Tuesday August 13, 2019 2:10pm - 3:10pm
D13